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FEB 2018

Concrete Products covers the issues that attract producers of ready mixed and manufactured concrete focusing on equipment and material technology, market development and management topics.

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16 • February 2018 www.concreteproducts.com NEWS SCOPE ORANIZATIONS The American Concrete Institute has released the 2018 ACI Collection of Concrete Codes, Specifications, and Practices. Formerly known as the Manual of Concrete Practice, it serves as the most comprehensive and larg- est single source of information on concrete design, construction, and materials, with nearly 50 codes and specifications and 200-plus practices—including all guides and reports. The ACI Collection features ACI 318 "Build- ing Code Requirements for Structural Concrete," ACI 301 "Specifications for Structural Con- crete," and ACI 562 "Code Requirements for Assessment, Repair, and Rehabilitation of Existing Concrete Structures and Commentary." Additional categories are concrete materials, properties, design, construction, reinforce- ment, specialized application, repair, structural analysis, and innovation, plus popular topics such as slabs, formwork, and masonry. The collection is available as an online subscrip- tion, USB drive or eight-volume set of books. Specifically developed for individual users, the online subscription includes access to every new ACI document as soon as it is published, plus metric and historical versions of Institute codes and specifications. Recent feedback indicated that current and prospective users overwhelmingly indicated the name "ACI Collection of Concrete Codes, Specifications, and Practices" better represents the contents than the previous name. ACI publishes Manual of Practice successor Creative Association Management (CAM) of Farmington Hills, Mich., and Constructive Communication, Inc. (CCI) of Dublin, Ohio, have merged to form Advancing Organizational Excellence (AOE). American Concrete Institute-aligned CAM has provided full-service association man- agement expertise ranging from publications, electronic media and website development, certification, outsourced human resources and financial services, strategic planning, event/ meeting planning and execution, as well as strategic and operational planning since 1990. Clients include the Post-Tensioning Institute, American Coal Ash Association, American Shot- crete Association, Slag Cement Association, and Building Owners and Managers Association of Detroit. Founded in 2001, CCI is a leader in mar- keting strategy, public relations, social media, graphic design and communications tactics for architectural/engineering/construction and other industrial sectors. The firm is known for expertise in crisis communications, article and white paper development, plus strategic plan- ning. Representative clients include D.S. Brown, Concrete Industry Management program, CTS Cement, International Grinding and Grooving Association, and Lord Corp. "The merger provides the industry with a one-stop resource for everything from strategic planning to operations, marketing and manage- ment," says CAM Chairman William Rushing Jr., PE, FACI, manager of Civil and Environmental Engineering at Waldemar S. Nelson & Co. Individual volumes from the ACI Collection are available, plus special online access for multiple users, entire offices and multi- national companies. Orders can be placed or subscriptions obtained through ACI, 248/848-3800, www.concrete.org. CONCRETE-CENTRIC AGENCIES MERGE Kim Constructive Communication founder Kim Kayler will serve as president of the new Advancing Organizational Excellence agency. ICON Expo Booth #518 Precast Show Booth #620

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